Industrial Processes

Industrial Processes

Simona PP

Introduction, Product range, Technical Information, Processing Information, Storage, Legal note and advice, EC Safety Data Sheet and Safety Data Sheet.

Simona PVDF

Polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) belongs to the group of highly crystalline high-performance thermoplastics. PVDF retains its high level of stiffness even within the upper temperature range. The material is highly resistant to the majority of organic and inorganic media, as well as being physiologically safe and offering the benefits of low flammability.

Simona PE100

Alongside its outstanding processability, polyethylene (PE) displays good chemical resistance and offers strength and rigidity within a temperature range of between – 40 °C and + 80 °C. Due to the inclusion of soot particles, PE is resistant to UV light and therefore also suitable for long-term outdoor applications.

Simona PP-H AlphaPlus

Polypropylene (PP) is the most widely used material for chemical-technical applications. Compared to PE, it displays greater rigidity particularly in the upper service temperature range (up to +100°C). Its key characteristics also include excellent chemical resistance, good long-term properties when exposed to various substances and high stress crack resistance.

There are two types of polypropylene: homopolymers (PP-H) and copolymers (PP-C). PP-H consists entirely of a combination of propylene monomers and covers a service temperature range from 0°C to +100°C. PP-C features a chemical combination of propylene monomers and ethylene monomers, which increases the material's impact strength at low temperatures. PP-C covers a service temperature range from –20°C to +80°C and is less rigid than PP-H. SIMONA offers best-in-class products of the highest possible quality in both categories – for applications that demand maximum safety and reliability.